From: Patrick Friel (email suppressed)
Date: Tue Apr 08 2008 - 22:35:25 PDT
Hi Ken and All,
The Tom Palazzolo video is "Bartholomew Whoops and the Bad, Bad Ball" (2005,
9 mins., video).
On 4/9/08 12:02 AM, "Ken Bawcom" <email suppressed> wrote:
> Three years ago, Tom Palazzolo submitted a very funny animation about
> Chicago baseball, and fans, to the Ann Arbor Film Festival.
> Unfortunately, I can't remember the title at the moment.
> Ken B.
> Quoting Steve Polta <email suppressed>:
>> Issue No. 4 (published july 1985) of the journal
>> SPIRAL features a section called "Baseball and
>> Filmmaking" which features artworks, photos, and
>> poetic musing type writings by Thomas Boswell, Albert
>> Kilchesty, Steve Osborn, William Scaff, Tom Palazzolo,
>> Jeff Kreines and Michael Guccione. It's actually
>> pretty loose on the explicit relationships between the
>> two, more of a weird musing creative project by a
>> bunch of guys who were digging baseball, but it's
>> kinda fun to read.
>> At some point in the 1980s or early '90s it is alleged
>> that Albert "Buddy" Kilchesty curated a program on
>> baseball-related film (presumably exp. film) in San
>> Francisco. I've always assumed this was presented at
>> San Francisco Cinematheque (where he worked at the
>> time) but am striking out (ha ha) on locating details.
>> Any old timers out there remember this one?
>> Finally(?), Lewis Klahr's SOFT TICKET is composed,
>> almost exclusively I believe, of images from baseball
>> cards and audio recordings of sports announcers. A
>> pretty interesting film. has anyone screened this
>> thing anywhere???
>> Steve Polta
>> San Francisco Cinematheque
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